- adj.轻量的; 不重要的;
- n.轻量级选手; 不重要的人;
- 复数: lightweights;
He was considered too lightweight for the job.
By the age of sixteen he was the junior lightweight champion of Poland.
For staying dry you'll want nice lightweight waterproofs to wear over your leathers.
He changed from lightweight (under 71kg) to light middleweight (under 78kg).
Keep handy a lightweight sweater or cardigan.
Hill considered Sam a lightweight, a real amateur.
Some of the discussion in the book is lightweight and unconvincing.
Our clothes are lightweight, fashionable, practical for holidays.
The Oxford eight is 〔 are 〕 using a new lightweight boat.
These garden shears are lightweight and easy to use.
He's very conceited but he's just a lightweight in politics.
One of the newest types of body armor, though, is both flexible and lightweight.
The lightweight gas, the most abundant element in the universe, can be made from water.
We have recently received a number of enquiries about your lightweight raincoat.
Modern badminton is a game for two or four players using lightweight rackets and a shuttlecock.
A lightweight metal plant was investigated and tested; Conclusions were after calculating and analyzing the building.
IKO acicular bearing by its special internal structure realization machine design small, lightweight.
IKO针状轴承以其特殊的内部构造实现机械设计的小型 、 轻量化.
Lightweight aluminum frame and polyester covering are durable and easy to clean. Collapses down for storage.
Hibernate is an open source and lightweight level data persistence ORM tool.
With lightweight, durable, high mechanical efficiency, safe, reliable, flexible performance characteristics of the operation.
具有轻便 、 耐用 、 机械效率高 、 安全可靠 、 操作灵活等性能特点.
This handy bag is made of a strong, lightweight nylon material.
Javelin lightweight gesture in the air, the athletes are strong and skilled force with skills.
In order for the institutions of small, lightweight, wear crank slider leader mechanism of the bearing.
为了使机构笨重 、 磨损小, 曲柄不涩块导杆机构的不涩块是轴承.
1. a professional boxer who weighs between 131 and 135 pounds
2. someone who is unimportant but cheeky and presumptuous
3. an amateur boxer who weighs no more than 132 pounds
4. a wrestler who weighs 139-154 pounds
1. having relatively little weight;
2. having no importance or influence;
"a lightweight intellect"